The Goldilocks Solution

Sometimes it’s amazing how much fables and fairy tales can teach us about life and its little mysteries. The story of the Tortoise and the Hare teaches us how slow and steady wins the race. That lesson applies to investments over the long term, even in the face of disruptive shifts in the economy. The tale of the Frog and the Scorpion shows us how difficult it is to understand the idea of change. We know to be skeptical of offers that are just too good to be true, and so we delete emails and ignore requests from strangers with candy. The moral of the Three Little Pigs is that hard work and dedication pay. Build your house with bricks.

I want to talk about Goldilocks and Three Bears in its classic context today. The story is meant to warn people of guarding against intruders and showing caution when wandering off to explore uncharted territory. While it is a shame that children are not taught those elements in favor of focus on who is essentially the bad one in the story and her needs, it is important to notice how picky she is. She does not just pick something because it is there. She methodically decides what is perfect for her.

At The Market Giant, we want you to be able to find and receive exactly what you want. Some items may be unavailable at the time you order, but we will do anything that we can to get them to you as soon as we can. If you want a different color for an item that you like, we will get it for you. And if you are not satisfied with your products, then we will make a variety of solutions available for you to remedy the problem.

The Market Giant always wants you to have whatever is just right. That is, as long as promise not to break in to our house. Stay safe in these perilous times, and be well. Have a great day!

2 Responses to The Goldilocks Solution

  1. Lekisha says:

    I want to say thank you a lot for the job you have made in writing this article. I am hoping the same most effective work by you down the road too.

  2. Patty says:

    Your article was excellent and erdutie.

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